Gypsy jazz enthusiasts gathered for the opening night of the St. Louis Gypsy Jazz Festival at Evangeline's Bistro and Music House on Friday.
The Sheldon Concert Hall, in partnership with KDHX, welcomed the Lone Bellow with opener Anderson East on Wednesday night.
Christian metalcore band For Today brought their mayhem to a full house at the Ready Room on Wednesday night, along with openers Fit For A King.
Singer-songwriter Grace Potter lit up the Pageant on Saturday night, performing songs new and old to an enthusiastic crowd.
Frederick, Maryland's Clutch brought their high-energy ferocity to Pop's Nightclub on Friday.
Melodic and soulful music bounced off the walls at the Ready Room on Friday night.
On Thursday night LOUDPVCK brought the bass and a very energetic crowd to the Pageant.
"I’ve had this guitar for about a year,"” said Beth Bombara between songs at Joe’s Café on Thursday.
Progressive Rockers Coheed and Cambria packed the Pageant on Wednesday night.
Oklahoma garage rockers BRONCHO shook their way across the stage at the Old Rock House on Wednesday, to the delight of St. Louis fans.
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